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Choice and rare Australian military World War II / World War II era WAAC uniform consisting of;i) khaki tunic complete with belt buttons, titles, rank insignia, collar badges and colour patches, ii) khaki skirt, iii) khaki blouse, iv) tie.
Choice British military officer’s mess dress uniform consisting of;i) jacket by Daniels & Co. dated 1931, complete with rank insignia of Brigadier General equerry to the Queen and EiiR on epaulettes;ii) trousers.
Choice and rare Australian military officer’s mess dress uniform consisting of;i) jacket by Kitchener & Co. of Sydney dated 1932, complete with enamelled collar badges of Australian Instructional Corps, rank insignia (Colonel), ii) trousers.
Choice and rare Australian Artillery bandsman’s uniform consisting of;i) dark blue tunic complete with RAA buttons, buttons on tail are EviiR. Of 1902-10 date and reissued in the 1930s;ii) trousers appear to be of 1940s date.
A pair of Continental boy and girl porcelain ice Skaters, late 19th century, with double crossed blue marks for Schierholz/Plaue, the boy in plum coloured jacket and breeches, the girl in a mid-green skating skirt and jacket with a fur trim, carrying a muf
Chanel, Boucle jacket, with panelled shoulders, two breast pockets and single button down closure, fringing to collar, lapels and sleeve cuffs, made in France, labelled 'Chanel Boutique', minor stain to front, size euro 36
Chanel, black Perforated jacket, Resort collection 2014, black zipper detail with CC charm, two zip side pockets, labelled 'Chanel, made in Italy', retains original tags, with Chanel hanger, size euro 36
A World War I Austrian Imperial Officers Sash This Austrian Dragoon Officers Silk Sash c1914 would have been worn as part of the Officers dress uniform. The tassel ends are in great condition with a double headed eagle detail on one and the Austrian FJI cr
Boer War, Orange free State & Transvaal Artillery tunic, 1899. tunic of The Transvaal Staats Artillery. The Boer Unit numbered 1,000 trained burghers, mostly young men, in 1899. These men were not trained, as the English press alleged, by German, French, o
Christian Dior, jacket and skirt suit, houndstooth with classic boat neckline with bow detail and button down front, labelled 'Christian Dior, Paris, made in Italy, 100% wool', together with a black wool crepe pencil skirt with silk lining, labelle
Dress uniform for Staff Band Master 1963-1972. Tunic, Blue cloth with red stand up collar, gold shoulder cords, single breasted with 9 buttons at front and 6 buttons at rear. Gold bullion on cuffs with 3 buttons, gold bullion collar badges on red, sleeve b
USA 1961 G-1 military flight jacket used by USN pilot in Vietnam war. The manufacturer's label indicates 'Bureau of Aeronautics USN Jacket, Flying Man's, Type G-1 Specification Mil-J-7823A (AER) Ralph Edwards Sportswear Inc. Contract No. QM (Ctm) 8833-C-61
Light Horse: Tunic from the 13th Light Horse Queensland regiment with white metal buttons showing King Edward VII monogram and crown, white metal lapel badges showing emu in wreath; old bandolier (poor condition); and iconic emu feather plume. (5 items)
A Royal Navy bicorn (cocked hat), epaulettes and belt, once the uniform of Sgt. Lt. Commander W. A. Joliffe, R.N. (promoted 1924), the beaver skin hat with bullion labelled Edwards & Gittings, High Street, Gillingham, along with associated epaulettes and b
World War I ANZAC H.E.S. Armitage uniform. (Harold Edwin Salisbury Armitage of Millicent, South Australia enlisted and served as a 2nd Lieutenant at Gallipoli (10Bn). Died in France 3 April 1917.) Privately tailored jacket (Shierlaw, Adelaide) with 50 Bn.
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